“I definitely know the meaning of pain. You know when you put all your chips into something and then it disappears? It sent me into such pain. I think I had actual vertigo. I was like, ‘Is this my new reality?’ Will anything be normal again? Then one day you wake up and you think, okay, I’ll never be the same, but I’ll survive and I’ll grow from it.”
I totally know how you feel, girl. I heard it was the very same for Orlando when he and I broke up, too. Seems he just didn’t know where his life was headed. It hurts for everyone, you’re right, but you do grow from it. Good luck with that healing process – it’s a long and tedious one, friend.
October 19, 2011 at 9:30 am by Sarah
Jennifer Aniston wants to “empower” women. [The Superficial]
Robin Wright Penn lops all of her hair off. [Lainey Gossip]
Mya has “thick” thighs. [Bossip]
The Lingerie Football League wants Michael Jackson’s thirteen-year-old daughter. [TMZ]
Stephen Dorff is sad Joel McHale. [The Blemish]
Passive-aggressive notes. [The Blemish]
Ellen Barkin‘s most foul-mouthed Tweets. [Socialite Life]
Adam Levine gets naked. [Hollywood Dame]
President Obama doesn’t like the Kardashians. [Huff Po]
Chicks with abs in bikinis. [The Superficial]
Kellan Lutz knows you think he’s gay. [Cele|bitchy]
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore not legally married? [Popbytes]
October 19, 2011 at 8:30 am by Sarah
OK, this makes me sad today. I spent my childhood adoring Patrick Swayze (as I’m sure his wife did; I mean, who didn’t at the time?), and this is the latest wax figure debuted by Madam Tussaud’s. Hopefully you’ll all recognize this Swayze from the epic scene in Dirty Dancing that I used to actually recreate in my dining room. Alone. For hours at a time.
And then you have Patrick’s widow, Lisa, posing along with her late husband‘s figure and giving him adoring looks (which, of course, I’d do the same). HOW SAD IS THIS? How much do you think she wants to take that wax statue home and just sit it in the corner of the living room while she watches late-night television? I mean, I would if it were my husband, sad as it is to say.
This whole thing makes me really, really melancholy, and I can’t imagine the inner turmoil Lisa must be going through, looking at (and posing with) her different-era husband. You can’t tell me that doesn’t smart just a little, tiny bit.
October 19, 2011 at 7:30 am by Sarah
Nope. Stephanie Sautner, the judge overseeing Lohan’s probation case, has ordered the innocent, blameless starlet to work 120 hours at the L.A. County Morgue instead. That’s right—Lindsay’s court-ordered community service has basically turned into a “Scared Straight” program.
According to TMZ, Lohan’s duties at the morgue will likely be, erm, janitorial. And here’s an added wrinkle:
Lindsay’s probation officer wrote that Lindsay had problems with the Women’s Center, because it was “not fulfilling.” One more time—Lindsay complained the Woman’s Center was “NOT FULFILLING.”
I am so, so over this brat. Please. I worked at a women’s shelter right through high school. I wasn’t suffering for my “art.” I wasn’t looking for “fulfillment.” I wasn’t paying due penance for a crime. I was putting glops of mashed potatoes onto plates, because somebody freaking has to. You feel me? Community service isn’t always a heartwarming, inspirational, cinematic experience. It’s hard work. I cannot even imagine quitting work at a shelter because you don’t feel good enough about yourself.
Lohan is due back in court at noon CST today, where prosecutors are expected to argue that she violated the terms of her probation. And though Lohan once again faces jail time, I appreciate Judge Sautner’s frustration: there is no sentence on earth or in heaven that could help Lindsay mend her ways.
October 19, 2011 at 6:30 am by Jenn
Kiddies! I hope you’re feeling that Christmas spirit! Eh? Eh?
Well? Are you feeling it? Is this going to be a Very Bieber Holiday?
Hmm. This makes me really homesick for a certain New Kids on the Block album, actually. I love a good seasonal pop ballad.
October 19, 2011 at 5:30 am by Jenn
Sorry, guys, but I’m one of those people who’s totally stuck on That 70′s Show actors and actresses *staying* That 70′s Show actors and actresses for LIFE. Yes, duh, I know that their names are
Steven J. Hyde III and Jackie Burkhart Danny Masterson and Mila Kunis, but those weren’t the two to get married, SIGH. It was Danny and his long-time girlfriend, Bijou Phillips who did the knot-tying this time around.